Jackson (knee) was tendered by the Packers on Tuesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.

An undrafted running back out of Nevada, Jackson joined the Packers in October after being called up from their practice squad. He ended up taking part in three games, including one start, carrying the ball 10 times for 32 yards before having his season cut short with an injury. With this deal, the Packers will be able to match any offer given to Jackson during free agency, so if all goes as expected, he'll be with the Packers come training camp. He'll have to compete with multiple other backs for a spot on the final roster.

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